Victoria Horrock is a senior attorney in the Legal Aid Justice Center’s Economic Justice Program. She primarily advocates on behalf of low income tenants in state and federal court and in administrative proceedings. Horrock joined the Legal Aid Justice Center in 2018 as an attorney in the Economic Justice Program. Previously, she was the co-director of New Hampshire Legal Assistance’s Fair Housing Project. Horrock earned her J.D. from Tulane University Law School and her B.A. from Oberlin College.
- J.D.Tulane University Law School2013
- B.A.Oberlin College2006
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